2020 is an election year, which means political campaigns have spent a lot of time moving around the country, setting up offices and making tons of calls. Ooma customer Zac Cramer is an independent IT consultant has set up phone networks for four political campaigns across the country.
In 2020, our professional communications needs changed dramatically. Many people are working from home, stores and restaurants have migrated to a much greater percentage of online and phone orders, and workspaces are being reconfigured to comply with new recommendations.
Restaurants, more than almost any other type of business, have had to rapidly pivot their operations in the era of Covid-19. Gino Scala, owner and operator of four Great Full Gardens restaurants in the Reno, Nevada, area, got much needed help from Ooma in developing new ways to connect with customers.
Cutting your hair at home, if you’ll pardon the pun, just doesn’t cut it. When shelter in place shut down hair salons in March, The Wright Cut didn’t want to lose touch with clients who were calling repeatedly for updates on when they could once again get their hair professionally styled.
Mulberry’s Market, a family owned specialty food store in Piedmont, California, thrives on face-to-face relationships with customers in a downtown location where there’s usually plenty of foot traffic from a school and other nearby stores.